The Evangelicals, by Frances Fitzgerald is an epic history of white American evangelical Protestantism from Plymouth Rock to Trump Tower. This is a comprehensive, heavily footnoted, yet readable study of how the evangelical tradition has become seared into the fabric of American life and the key figures who made it happen. . . Fitzgerald, nobly succeeds in analyzing the nuanced differences between Evangelicalism and Fundamentalism, Calvinism and Postmillennialism, Charismatics and Pentecostals.